You need to go here. Its very calming and the cyrpt is especially interesting. I have visited here for the past 15 years and it gets more graceful every time.
About Ripon Cathedral
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First visit to the cathedral - very impressed, especially the 672AD crypt - wow! Fabulous stained glass windows.
This is a grand looking building but function as a welcoming church and is less of a tourist hotspot than York minster. There is no admission fee but there is a charge if you to take photos. My husband enjoys photographing church architecture and has...More
What a hidden gem of a charedrel in the smallest city in England but you will not be disappointed. I did visit with my wife who is disabled, the entrance and most of charedrel is compleatly accessible except for the crypt. The staff where very...More
Whether you visit for a service, concert or a tour of the historic building, you cannot fail to be impressed by its majesty. The crypt is the oldest part, so don't miss it. We attend the annual Nine Lessons and Carols, where the cathedral is...More
We visited to attend a ''Christmas carol concert by candlelight'' in aid of Macillan Cancer Support in which our grandson's school was singing. The building is a fantastic structure standing on a site which has been a Christian place of worship for over 1100 years....More
The cathedral was very disappointing it had a lot of renovation that didn’t suit the age of the building. The old pews had been removed and replaced with metal chairs that look out of place it looked just like a old Victorian hall its lost...More
On our recent visit to Ripon we spent an interesting hour looking round the Cathedral. It is quite impressive inside with lost of things to see and plenty of information about them. We particularly like the misericords which were wonderfully carved. There is no entry...More